M Jesús Narvaiza

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The possible existence of acquired dysfibrinogenemia was investigated in blood samples from 30 patients with liver cirrhosis, 15 newborns and 30 healthy control subjects. Alterations of thrombin time were found in newborns and in 14 cirrhotic patients; glucide fraction levels were measured in these subjects and an increase in sialic acid content was(More)
The patient with cancer is affected both by the development of the neoplasia and by the toxic action of radiotherapy and chemotherapy, often used at aggressive therapeutic intervals to eradicate tumourous cells. The most serious physiological consequences are the occurrence of gaseous exchange within tissues, the risk of infection and haemorrhage, the(More)
A group of 55 patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and 25 healthy persons is studied. In peripheral blood, the number of E rosettes is similar in both groups but in patients with RA who are not on steroid therapy, these is a decreased number of the absolute value of T lymphocytes. There is a positive correlation between quantitative cellular immunity and(More)
By means of a literature review of nursing articles, the authors aim to evaluate the importance of educational programmes before and after cardiac surgery, to assess the advantages and drawbacks of these programmes and to evaluate the need for following-up patients and their carers after being discharged from hospital. Health Education and cardiac surgery:(More)
OBJECTIVE Describe the expectations and the experiences which patients who undergo saphenactomy in outpatient surgery (CMA) have regarding their recuperation and to ascertain if their knowledge about this process corresponds with reality. MATERIAL AND METHODS A descriptive-comparative survey with one part being quantitative and the other qualitative. A(More)